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make dizzy or giddy

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having or causing a whirling sensation

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The splash made by the ad, and by the Mac, represents a high point in Apple's - and Jobs' - dizzyingly up-and-down life in the computer business.
Although this material has been reissued in the past, this dizzyingly good 56-track set offers the best sound available and puts the spotlight squarely on the remarkable Parker.
One of the latest entries in Verve's beautifully packaged reissue series, this Evans set from 30 years ago finds the dizzyingly lyrical pianist pushed to creative heights by bassist Eddie Gomez and extrovert percussionist Jack DeJohnette.
The musicians, including famous names such as Charlie ``Yardbird'' Parker and Bud Powell, often were virtuosos who embarked on dizzyingly lyrical flights of supercharged improvised fancy.
Given the dizzyingly high profile of the Dodgers, prospective ``buyers'' are likely to lurk in every Los Angeles alleyway over the next few months.
Set in a Tuscan paradise that Bertolucci makes dizzyingly beautiful, the film sends a virginal 19-year-old American (Tyler) into a villa full of jaded aesthetes, then stands back to enjoy the ripe consequences of her visit.
28, during which Cassini will come dizzyingly close to the icy moon, passing a mere 30 miles (49 kilometers) above the moon's south polar region.
True enough, the 13 songs here are dizzyingly different - there can't be many cross-dressing rockers out there toying with doo-wop and sax solos.
But, to my mind, much more interesting is what those sticks represent - evidence of how radically we've evolved as a species, in such a dizzyingly short space of time.
Now that she's once again working with her own dancers, Childs is revisiting Available Light (1983), a dizzyingly complex piece with music by John Adams and design by Frank Cehry.
I'm dizzyingly happy and I'm looking well particularly because of that - and I'm as well fed as always" - Stephen Fry supports the Ireland referendum result backing same-sex marriages.
Amid this dizzyingly rapid change, Mevlut remains as outdated yet unchanged as the boza he sells, missing opportunities for entrepreneurship and apathetic to becoming a wage earner.
Cert 15, 2012) THE BLING RING Thursday, Film4, 9pm PREMIERE Emma Watson further distances herself from Harry Potter in a dizzyingly hip and hyperactive crime drama, based on real events.
Later historians struggled in their attempts to make sense of this contrary, warmongering figure and they failed as long as they saw him as British, whereas he worked and schemed and acted just as a Dayak warrior chief would, but a particularly gifted one, and a dizzyingly eccentric one.
101' s magnetic pull notwithstanding, there's much more to Taipei than the dizzyingly tall structure.